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Sports

  • Bowdoin men's hockey wins stunning conference title

    John McGinnis has scored and assisted some pretty big goals for Bowdoin College this season. The junior topped it all Sunday. Twenty-two seconds into the second overtime, McGinnis converted on a breakaway to lift the No. 5 Polar Bears to a stunning 3-2 win over No. 2 Amherst in the ...

  • South Sports Roundup

    McAuley lacrosse clinic upcoming McAuley varsity coach Jo Ellen Rand and the Lions players are offering a three-week lacrosse clinic for girls in grades 3-8. The clinic will be held Sundays April 6 and 27 and Mary 4. Girls in grades 3 to 5 go from 8:30 to 10 a.m., while girls in grades 6...

  • Former Falmouth ski standout wins college race

    Former Falmouth Nordic ski standout Jackson Bloch, now a junior at Bowdoin College, won the 50-kilometer race at the Rangeley Loppet this past Saturday.

  • Freeport Middle School skiers honored

    Freeport Middle School's Alpine and Nordic ski teams won the Greg Waite  Sportsmanship/Spirit award at the state championships. In addition, both the boys' and girls' combined Nordic and Alpine teams' took third place overall.

  • Local volleyball players win Massachusetts tourney

    Local volleyball players helped the Maine Juniors 18-Gold volleyball team win a recent tournament...

  • North Sports Roundup

    Good news for Casco Bay YMCA swimmers The Casco Bay YMCA swim team recently finished fifth out of 16 teams at the state meet, posting a new team record with 1,580 points. Swimmer Travis Libsack, 18, of Freeport, was awarded a YMCA Citizen of the Year $500 scholarship. Libsack is a Freepo...

  • SMCC hoops season one of growth, close calls

    While the Southern Maine Community College basketball teams fell shy of a conference title and a trip to Nationals, the Seawolves still had plenty to hail this winter. And the future is very bright indeed. Good start The SMCC women came into the 2013-14 with their third coa...

  • Portland Sports Roundup

    Cheverus names new boys' soccer coach Colin Minte, a one-time standout player at North Yarmouth Academy, who coached the Windham boys' soccer team to its first Class A state title in 2011, is the new boys' soccer at Cheverus, replacing Bill LeBlanc, who recently stepped down after seven ...

  • Super Six Poll

    Our final Super Six Poll for boys' hockey. The poll was initially released at Twitter.com/foresports Sunday afternoon. It includes our core coverage area (coastal Cumberland ...

  • A hoops season like no other

    The city of Portland produced two basketball state champions and very nearly had a third. That, in and of itself, would be enough to decree the 2013-14 campaign as the best in memory, but there was much, much more than just Gold Balls this winter. So much more. From thrilling...